Lehrstuhl für Fertigungstechnologie, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg



Tailored forging tools by Laser Metal Depsition (BFS 1117-14,TP1)



Project Status: finished

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The aim of the research project is the qualification of Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) for tool manufacturing of cold and hot forging tools. The investigations are mainly on a parameter study for the reproducible processing of tool steel with the laser as well as on mechanical properties of additive manufactured structures. On the basis of these investigations interactions between process parameters and produced structure as well as the strength of the specimens will be analyzed. By means of FE-simulation by using the analyzed mechanical properties tools with additive applied forming elements will be designed. For the validation these tools will be tested in mass production conditions at the project partners from the industry.

 

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Publications

    2018

    • Degner, J.; Herrmann, J.; Junker, F.; Berendt, E.; Merklein, M.:
      Leichtbauwerkstoffe für den modernen Automobilbau.
      Zeitschrift Konstruktion 3(2018), pp. 50-54

    • Papke, T.; Junker, D.; Huber, F.; Hentschel, O.; Schmidt, M.; Merklein, M.:
      Verknüpfung additiver Fertigung und Umformtechnik in Form hybrider Bauteile und Werkzeuge.
      In: (Edtr.): 2018, accepted

    2017

    • Hentschel, O.; Scheitler, C.; Fedorov, A.; Junker, D.; Gorunow, A.; Haimerl, A.; Merklein, M.; Schmidt, M.:
      Experimental investigations of processing the high carbon cold-work tool steel 1.2358 by LMD for the additive Manufacturing of cold forging tools.
      Journal of Laser Applications 29(2017)2, pp. 022307

    • Junker, D.; Hentschel, O.; Schramme, R.; Schmidt, M.; Merklein, M.:
      Perfomance of Hot Forging Tools built by Laser Metal Deposition of Hot Work Tool Steel X37CrMoV5-1.
      In: Laser in Manufacturing Conference 2017 (Edtr.): 2017, published

    2016

    • Junker, D.; Fedorov, A.; Hentschel, O.; Schmidt, M.; Merklein, M.:
      Connection strength of additive manufactured tool elements to the substrate.
      In: Key Eng. Mater. 716 (Edtr.): 2016, pp. 389 - 394

    • Merklein, M.; Junker, D.; Schaub, A.; Neubauer, F.:
      Hybrid Additive Manufacturing Technologies - An Analysis regarding Potentials and Applications.
      Procedia Engineering 83(2016), pp. 549 - 559

    • Karg, M.; Hentschel, O.; Ahuja, B; Junker, D.; Hassler, U.; Schäperkötter, C.; Haimerl, A.; Arnet, H.; Merklein, M.; Schmidt, M.:
      Comparison of process characteristics and resulting microstructures of maraging steel 1.2709 in Additive Manufacturing via Laser Metal Deposition and Laser Beam Melting in Powder Bed.
      In: (Edtr.): Interesansa - zavod, 2016, pp. 39 - 50

    2015

    • Junker, D.; Hentschel, O.; Schmidt, M.; Merklein, M.:
      Qualification of Laser Based Additive Production for Manufacturing of Forging Tools.
      In: EDP Sciences (Edtr.): Journal of Manufacturing Review, 2015, published

    • Junker, D.; Hentschel, O.; Schmidt, M.; Merklein, M.:
      Tailor-Made Forging Tools by Laser Metal Deposition.
      In: (Edtr.): Key Engineering Materials(2015), 2015, pp. 707 - 712

    Letztes Update: 19.09.2017